Today I am sharing a card featuring Lawn Fawn stamps and dies. I am learning to build scenes and think outside of the reality box. In the past I find that when I build scenes I am very literal to the way they are “suppose” to look. What I have recently reminded myself is that it is a card and it can just be fun and whimsical. Does not have to be set in reality.
As I have done my deep dive into how to create a scene, the one thing all creators say is make it smaller. When you are in the learning process, give yourself a smaller space to create in. That is exactly what I did for this card. I used Crimped Frame Dies from The Greetery to cut two size of layers from pattern paper and white cardstock. This helped to make the scene smaller.
I used an array of Copic makers to color in all of the adorable images from the Sewn with Love stamp set. I did use the smaller scissors out of the Sew Very Mice set for this card, I felt that were more proportionate to the size of my scene.
I was recently watching Jenn Shurkus color these images and she used a Quickie Glue pen to add glitter to the design. Well in this instance I immediately ordered them off of Amazon, that is not how I normally do things. I think about it for a long time before buying. But this I had to try, and you know what I LOVE it. Adding glitter to this project was SO easy. I used the Lawn Fawn Prisma Glitter for the accents on the images I colored.
I hope you enjoyed this card. If you did Leave a comment and let me know! Until next time, Happy Crafting.
- Lawn Fawn - Lawn Cuts - Dies - Sewn with Love
- Price: $19.77
- Lawn Fawn - Lawn Cuts - Dies - Sew Very Mice
- Price: $15.27
- Cutter Bee Scissors
- Price: $12.99